In a restaurant setting, a slip and fall accident can occur because of food, debris, beverage, or other spills on the floor and can cause a wide range of physical harm for its victim. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) cites the following alarming fall-related statistics:
- 3 million emergency room visits
- 800,000 hospital stays
- $50 billion in expenses
These falls led to dangerous and costly physical harm, including head injuries, hip fractures, sprains, and broken bones. If you or someone you love suffered one of these injuries when you slipped, tripped, or fell, an injury lawyer for slip and fall accidents at Moe’s Southwestern Grille can help you pursue the financial compensation you are due.
Your Injuries Have a Financial Impact
When you or a loved one fall at a Moe’s Southwestern Grille, the restaurant or its parent corporation may be held liable for the financial aftermath of your fall. You may receive compensation for a slip and fall accident in the form of the following recoverable damages:
- Past medical bills
- Future medical bills
- Past income loss
- Reduced earning capacity
- Pain and suffering
- Physical disability
- Physical disfigurement
- Property damage
- Property loss
When you are calculating the cost of medical care for your injuries, compensation for the time your injuries force you to miss at work, and pain and suffering, your lawyer can help ensure no expense or loss is overlooked. We can make sure to account for over the counter and prescription medications as well as any assistive medical devices your injuries require, such as crutches or wheelchairs.
Each personal injury claim has unique circumstances that affect the recoverable damages. Find out how much your compensation claim is worth by reviewing the cost of your injuries with a member of our case review team today.
Collect Evidence That Supports Your Right to Compensation
When our team represents you in your pursuit of financial compensation after a slip and fall accident, we work on building a complete and comprehensive case file. Your case file contains the documents and evidence that support your right to financial recovery. It may contain:
- Medical records
- Medical bills
- Video footage
- Incident reports
- Police reports
- Witness testimonials
- Employment records
- Salary history
Obtaining these items may go a long way in helping establish liability and losses. We can help you acquire the documents and evidence you need and make sure your claim is filed on time. Failing to file your personal injury lawsuit on time could prevent you from filing it at all.
Agreeing to a Financial Settlement
When you are involved in a slip and fall accident at a Moe’s Southwestern Grille, you can resolve your compensation claim with a financial settlement. You, not your lawyer, are the only one who can agree to accept any offer you receive. If you do accept a settlement offer, your claim may classify as permanently resolved, which means you cannot ask for additional money later, even if you face additional injury-related expenses.
Your lawyer can assign an accurate value to your claim to ensure you do not inadvertently accept and offer that is too small to fairly cover the cost of the accidental fall.
Your lawyer can also help you avoid accepting a speedy settlement offer because doing so could mean the full financial impact of the accident is not yet known. You deserve fair compensation for a slip and fall accident, and our goal is to help you seek it.
We Do Not Shy Away from Formidable Cases
When we represent you in your pursuit of financial compensation, we work so that you do not suffer further financial harm from an injury you suffered through no fault of your own.
We do not shy away from formidable cases, and we work on a contingency fee basis, so you pay nothing out of your own pocket and nothing upfront. We only take our fee after we have successfully negotiated a settlement for you.
Contact Ben Crump Law, PLLC by calling (800) 647-3113 to put an injury lawyer for slip and fall accidents at Moe’s Southwestern Grille to work on your claim today.